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ddles. Fifteen pontoon boats were accrued by Colonel Wind, who pressed the enemy closely. G. T. Beauregard." From the Valley. The two armies are quiet, with the exception of the cavalry, who are constantly on the alert. Last Monday, the Yankee cavalry made a forward movement, but fell in with a portion of our infantry, who saluted them with an effective volley; whereupon they did not wait for further battle, but fled precipitately. Two young ladies of Winchester — Miss. Breeden and Miss. Sherrard — were lately sent out of the lines by Sheridan, and have arrived in Richmond. Dr. Boyd, Messrs. Williams, Conrad, Bell, and others, who were sent North a short time since, are in Fort McHenry. They are as well as could be hoped for under the circumstances. Their place of confinement is the old stable loft — a most infernal hole — where the greatest exertions and cautions are necessary to keep clear of disease, filth and vermin, and where they are daily annoyed with